Now i should be posting this in some kind of hardware forum where engineers probably hang out, but i've already been to all of them to look at unresolved threads asking the same question, but i'm not looking to combine two connections to get mega speeds so maybe it's not that technical, more likely it's probably just not possible but it's fun to think about.
Due to internet problems i've been having since February i recently set up a 4G router, so now i've got a broadband connection through the landline that i connect to through ethernet, and 4G as a backup which i'm using over wifi.
Is it possible to use both at the same time on one computer? Not combine them, but say Steam is using all my ethernet to download a game, could i use the 4G to do other stuff?
Windows 10 is connected to both but prioritises the ethernet, it seems obvious that there would be a way of doing this since it sees and connects to both of them already, maybe it's more complicated than that.
Anyone have any experience with this?